Wednesday, January 30, 2013

IDS13


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Last week I spent 3 days at the Interior Design Show in Toronto. While I thoroughly enjoyed 
the experience, I can honestly say that the downturn in our economy left it's mark at the 
show in terms of an abundance of WOW. However, there were several exhibitors whose design savvy struck a chord with my own aesthetic that are worth mentioning.

 1.Wetstyle                  2. Stone Forest            3. IKEA Booth IDS 2013
These tubs take soaking to a whole new level, and each one is unique and suits the environment it is placed in....ahhhhhh!


1. and 3. Living Lighting on King        2. Cocoon      3. Pearson
Have I mentioned how much I love and appreciate the resurgence of warm metals.



1. Merganzer Furniture and Design   2. In Element Design   3. Caviar20
Not your usual four legged, stationary, wooden table table. Oh no, these tables have 
rhythm and movement.  


Sandrine Giraud

Not what you would expect at an Interior Design show, but this booth had a crowd around it continually. I had to investigate, then purchase this piece of wearable art. 



If you would like to read more about IDS13, please hop on over to  The TBBs Wine, Dine and Design blog http://thetbbs.com/ where we will highlight more IDS13 design finds. 

2 Comments:

At January 31, 2013 at 5:13 PM , Blogger mustard seed said...

I grew up in a house with "warm metals" My mom had a very contemporary kitchen with orange metal cabinets and to this day I wish I had a kitchen like that. I have noticed metals are making a come back and that makes me happy! RubyBeets/Crystal

 
At February 1, 2013 at 1:50 PM , Blogger Maureen @ Modecor said...

Me too Crystal. Thankfully, I'm not a trend follower. I am more drawn to the warm metals as my own aesthetic is toward warm colours. When the cool metals, stainless, chrome, nickel. I stil used the antique brass, and bronzes I already owned. what goes around, comes around.

 

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IDS13


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Last week I spent 3 days at the Interior Design Show in Toronto. While I thoroughly enjoyed 
the experience, I can honestly say that the downturn in our economy left it's mark at the 
show in terms of an abundance of WOW. However, there were several exhibitors whose design savvy struck a chord with my own aesthetic that are worth mentioning.

 1.Wetstyle                  2. Stone Forest            3. IKEA Booth IDS 2013
These tubs take soaking to a whole new level, and each one is unique and suits the environment it is placed in....ahhhhhh!


1. and 3. Living Lighting on King        2. Cocoon      3. Pearson
Have I mentioned how much I love and appreciate the resurgence of warm metals.



1. Merganzer Furniture and Design   2. In Element Design   3. Caviar20
Not your usual four legged, stationary, wooden table table. Oh no, these tables have 
rhythm and movement.  


Sandrine Giraud

Not what you would expect at an Interior Design show, but this booth had a crowd around it continually. I had to investigate, then purchase this piece of wearable art. 



If you would like to read more about IDS13, please hop on over to  The TBBs Wine, Dine and Design blog http://thetbbs.com/ where we will highlight more IDS13 design finds.